Stone

Websites of artisans who work with stone.
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Tony & Joanne Cheng are engraving artists in San Jose, California.  They have a wonderful variety of possibilities for you to choose from.  They make really cool sets where everyone at your gathering can have a stone with a word on it or their name on it!  You can see more by using this link to their Etsy store:  sjengraving    Or learn all about them and all they do by using this link to their website:
sjengraving-pebbleglyph


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Brandon Thursby is hand carving stones in Narragansett Pier, Rhode Island.  Sometimes, when I am looking for artists to feature, I can't wait to add them!  He is one of them.  I hope you use this link to read more about him and his process and pick out a piece:  RockYouWear




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JoAnne McClure is a lapidary artist in Quartszite, Arizona.  I chose to show you one of her cut stones, I believe this is a piece of Picture Jasper.  How appropriate, eh? She also has beautiful hand carved cabochons.  Take a look by using this link to her store:
JewelryArtistry



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Reginald, Reggie Kemp is a lapidary artist out of Oregon City, Oregon.  Isn't this cut stone like a still life abstract piece of art?  I hope this example inspires you to use this link to see more:  therockcollector



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Aaron Kleiser is a lapidary artist in Madison, Wisconsin.  Isn't this a beautiful stone?  Imagine what it could become.  Please use this link to see moreFireandEarthJewels



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Nicole & Rusty James are lapidary artists in Asheville, North Carolina.  It must be such a thrill to cut into a stone and discover the hidden beauty inside.  You can see much more by using this link to their Etsy store:  ThrowinStones
Or by using this link to their website:  throwinstones.com



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Total Whimsy is a lapidary artist in Tampa, Florida.  You totally need to check out their other amazing cut and polished stones by using this link to their store:  JamminGems



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Jada Morgan has great cabochons at competitive prices in Traverse City, Michigan.  The greens and siennas in the one make a beautiful combination.  To see more, please use this link to her store:  CabochonCollector


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Michele is an lapidary artist in Tucson, Arizona.  Every polished cabochon is like a little picture telling a story.  To see more of her work, please use this link to her store:  CatalinaCabochons



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Jason and Beth are lapidary artists in Bothel, Washington. They specialize in fine handmade jewelry and cabochons such as this crinoid fossil.  I love fossils!  Take a look at their other pieces by using this link to their store:  JFrancoisStudios


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Larry and Vickie Hathaway are lapidary artisans in Spanish Fork, Utah.  Natures original abstract art in the form of stone!  Here is a link to their store:
rocksinutah


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Mike and Cyndi Kershaw are lapidary artists in College Station, Texas.  I have a particular fondness for fossils like this one!  They are so fascinating!  To see more of theirs, please use this link:  kershawsintexas


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Ken and Lynda Dinneen are a lapidary and jewelry artist team in Sisters, Oregon.  Isn't this a fascinating stone?  They also have a beautiful piece of polished petrified wood you can see by using this link to their store:  holeystones
Or by using this link to their website:  holeystones.com


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Corrie Duyzer paints on natural objects from nature in Hamilton, Canada.  I would love to have some of her painted stones!  Check out her other works by using this link to her store:  gardenstones


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Barbara Caswell is kicking off the new Stone page here and hails from Gold Beach, Oregon.  She has not only used beautiful stones to create her jewelry, she also has cool specimens for you.  Check her store out by using this link:  MotherNaturesStash


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